IPL 2021: KKR pacer Pat Cummins set to become a father, wife shares pic

IPL 2021: KKR pacer Pat Cummins set to become a father, wife shares pic
IPL 2021: KKR pacer Pat Cummins set to become a father, wife shares pic

IPL 2021: KKR pacer Pat Cummins set to become a father, wife shares pic- Kolkata Knight Riders’ pacer Pat Cummins, who had a decent first half in IPL 2021, won more hearts with a moving gesture to help citizens struggling to cope with the COVID 19 pandemic in India. As the IPL gets suspended and Pat Cummins wait to get on the flight to Sydney, his long-time girlfriend Becky Boston took to Social Media to announce the couple were expecting the birth of their first child this spring. Pat and Becky got engaged last year in February.

“I can’t hide this happiness any longer!! Baby Boston Cummins will be joining us in Spring we are SO excited to meet you!!! @patcummins30” – she wrote alongside a photo of herself on Instagram.

 

 

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Pat Cummins in IPL 2021

 

With nine wickets innings seven matches, and an emphatic knock of 66* vs CSK in Mumbai, Cummins was one of the most successful Knights in KKR’s first half of IPL 2021.

 

Pat Cummins’s heart winning gesture

 

On April 26, Cummins announced that he was going to make a contribution of $ 50,000 towards procuring oxygen for those fighting the Corona Virus situation that has sent ripples across the second-most populated country on the planet. He was among the first cricketers to take a stand in the matter, attracting applause from around the cricketing fraternity and prodding others to come forward to donate to the cause.

 

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Earlier this week, when the IPL was postponed midway, Cummins and the rest of the Australian contingent moved to the Maldives as a transit point on their journey back home.